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JDU Candidates List 2015


Throwing a major surprise, JD (U) leader Nitish Kumar announced a combined candidate list for the entire alliance (including
the RJD and Congress), instead of a separate list of candidates for his party alone. Perhaps, the idea was to showcase the unity of the Mahagathbandhan.

Thus, the Bihar chief minister announced the names for 242 of the 243 candidates. According to the seat arithmetic, the JD (U) and Lalu Prasad Yadav’s RJD are contesting from 101 seats each, while the Congress is contesting 41 seats.

The candidate list reveals that the backward classes have got a 55 per cent representation, the SC/ST 15 per cent, Muslims 14 per cent, while 16 per cent belong to the general category.

List of JDU Candidates 2015 for Bihar Elections

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AC No.AC NameCandidates NamePhase
159AmarpurJanardan Manji 1      
150BeldaurPannalal Singh Patel1
163BelharGiridhari Yadav1
138BibhutipurRambalak Singh1
141Cheria-BariapurManju Verma1
160DhoraiyaManeesh Kumar1
153GopalpurNarendra Kumar Neeraj1
140HasanpurRajkumar Rai1
236HisuaKaushal Yadav1
166JamalpurShailesh Kumar1
242JhajhaDamodar Yadav1
149KhagariaPoonam Devi Yadav1
168LakhisaraiRamanand Mandal1
67MatihariNarendra Kumar Singh1
135MorwaVidyasagar Singh Nishad1
158NathnagarAjay Kumar Mandal1
151ParbattaRamanand Singh1
136SarairanjanVijay Kumar Chaudhary1
169SheikhpuraRandhir Kumar Soni1
157SultanganjSubodh Rai1
164TarapurMeewalal Chaudhary1
132WarisnagarAshok Kumar1
239WarsaliganjPradeep Kumar1
16KalyanpurMaheshwar Hazari1
205BhabuaPramod Kumar Singh2
206ChainpurMahabali Singh2
210DinaraJai Kumar Singh2
217GhosiKrishna Nandan Verma2
219GohRan Vijar Kumar2
225GuruaRamchandra Prasad2
227ImamganjUday Narayan Chaudhary2
209KargaharVashishth Singh2
215KurthaSatyadev Kushwaha2
221NabinagarVeerendra Singh2
224RafiganjAshok Kumar Singh2
226SherghatiVinod Prasad Yadav2
231TikariAbhay Kushwaha2
195AgiaonPrabhunath Ram3
120AmnourKrishna Kumar alias Manto Singh3
171AsthawanJitendra Kumar3
179BarhManoj Kumar Singh3
172BiharsharifAsgan Shameen3
181DighaRajiv Ranjan Prasad3
201DumraonDadan Singh Yadav3
113EkmaManoranjan Singh3
177HamautHari Narayan Singh3
174IslampurChandrasen Prasad3
124LalganjVijay Shukla3
129MahnarUmesh Kushwaha3
178MokamaNeeraj Kumar3
176NalandaShravan Kumar3
188PhulwariShyam Rajak3
173RajgirRavi Jyoti3
202RajpurSantosh Nirala3
125VaishaliRaj Kishor Singh (Raisa)3
4BagahaBhishma Sahni4
99BaikunthpurManjeet Kumar Singh4
27BajpattiRanju Geeta4
110BarhariaShyam Bahadur Singh4
30BelsandSunita Singh4
91BochahanRamai Rai4
7ChanpatiaNN Sahi4
109DaraundaKavita Singh4
104HathuaRam Sevak Singh4
131KalyanpurRaziya Khatoon4
102KuchaikoteAmrendra Kumar Pandey4
93KurhaniManoj Kushwaha4
18MadhubanShivji Rai4
112MaharganjHemnarayan Singh4
94MuzaffarpurVijender Chaudhary4
6NautanVaidyanath Mahto4
17PipraAwadesh Prasad Kushwaha4
22SheoharSarafuddin4
9SiktaKhurshid Alam4
105SiwanBabloo Prasad4
106ZiradeiRamesh Kushwaha4
70AlamnagarNarendra Narayan5
34BabubarhiKapildev Kamath5
65BalrampurDulal Chand Goswami5
80BenipurSunil Chaudhary5
71BihariganjNiranjan Kumar Mehta5
61DhamdahaLeshi Singh5
79Gaura BuaramMadan Sahni5
84HayaghatAmarnath Gami5
87JaleRishi Mishra5
50JokihatSarfaraz Alam5
63KatiharVijay Singh5
55KochadhamanMuhammad Mujahid Alam5
78Kusheshwar AsthanShashi Bhushan Hajari5
40LaukahaLakshmeswar Rai5
41NirmaliAniruddh Yadav5
39PhulparasGulzar Devi5
47RaniganjAchamit Rishidev5
60RupauliBima Bharti5
51SiktiShatrughan Mandal5
76Simri BakhtiapurDinesh Yadav5
72SingheshwarRamesh Rishidev5
74SonbarshaRatnesh Sada5
43SupaulBijendra Prasad Yadav5
53ThakurganjNaushad Alam5
44TriveniganjBeena Bharti5


JD(U) chief ministerial candidate

Outgoing JD (U) chief minister Nitish Kumar is his party’s undisputed leader and chief ministerial candidate. There is little doubt that if the Mahagathbandhan wins the election, he will continue to occupy the state’s most powerful seat.

According to opinion polls, while the NDA and JD(U)-led alliance are running neck and neck, Nitish Kumar is by far the most popular choice for chief minister, with nearly 47% of Bihari voters wanting him to be the CM (Times Now-C-Voter poll). The BJP’s best bet, Sushil Kumar, comes a distant second at 16%.

The 64-year-old Nitish Kumar has dominated Bihar politics for a decade, previously serving as chief minister between November 2005 and May 2014.



Last Updated on 24 January, 2019.



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